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nothing but. the geneva communique. that was adopted at the end of june and which says that. the international community has to bring both sides at the negotiation table chris no secret here the reason medical answers the answer is first for both sides i mean russia and china no one and the so-called friends of syria. is to understand that it is not one of the signs in the conflict that it can be solved i think russia and china are closer to this understanding then the united states or the european along in this. because unfortunately their stance until now has been days are numbered it has to go it's not a policy and we should try to understand that it is not by arming and financing the armed opposition to the present government in syria the dissolution will be found
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the armed opposition has not strengths. to dislodge president assad president seems not to have enough strings to crush the military opposition and so really you know that look so on both sides we should find people who would start to negotiate what about turkey do you think we'll see a conflict with the full blown conflict between syria and turkey or anywhere else in the region turkey can be dragged. into this conflict but i have a feeling that the leadership of turkey understands very well that if they go too far in syria it may become dangerous for turkey it's so you know that an important kurdish minorities living in syria and you know that in turkey the kurds or at least part of the kurds fighting for. so turkey involvement in the world in
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syria. may have a lot of trips to turkey and it's a great chance that turkey has refrained until now from crossing the border and send its ground troops to syria because it's easy to go in it's difficult to get out and the story of all the conflicts there against iraq whatever shows that you go in and the decisions taken a couple of days and then takes years and years and years to get out so i don't think that the turkish government is really willing to open a war with the syrian government but. those two states are basically on the brink of war and this is very dangerous because here we have also on the other side of the local map we have iran and we have all this talk about a possible military strike against iran nuclear capabilities so it's really kind of
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not. it should be untied part by part so now i think it's high time to start to untie the syrian not there's a deadlock a lot of blood thousands of people being killed infrastructure destroyed by terror acts by just fighting in general it's not a country like iraq or libya that has oil to rebuild itself if we ever see an end to this conflict who could possibly benefit from all this fighting obviously from both sides there it's a lose lose situation syria has some while but you're quite right it's not the amount which. will be sufficient to rebuild the whole country syria by the way whatever. can be said about the rule of assad family was a pretty decent economical and socially country in the arab world i visited damascus last february and city produce a very good impression on me it was going to be european city was their own. and
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city open air city. very secular in style it is an islamic country but somehow the style of living was very modern and you could see women sitting with husbands in a nice restaurant and. economically it was clear that the mosques was one of the points of attraction in this region so it's really a pity that a country that has been enjoying quite an important economic growth is being put into shambles and who will profit from the destruction of syria i think only those who are after establishing a radical islamist regime in syria there are some countries in the arab world in the muslim world. financing radical islamist forces who are quite willing in the case of syria to support the sunni radicals against the shia who are now in
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power at the expense of the christians of the kurds of the druze and other minorities in syria so in some capitals of this area this conflict is considered through completely different says it's about the inspiration of a sunni ruled in a country which had been ruled by a minority for forty years but it was exactly the fact that this country was ruled by a shia minority that it allowed to have this. multi ethnic and multi confessional combination in syria. which worked i mean for forty years there were no. conflicts in syria there were no it. so my feeling is that what is being done today in syria is an attempt to crush this multi-ethnic multi confessional peace and to establish one group of people and one religion will be much higher above the others or even one brand of the. that would be
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a radical islam and sunni radical majority. that would kind of lead the country but i think. we see where it leads look at saudi arabia. quite. islamic minded let's put it this way and you don't have democracy and they get along great with the united states very well everyone's whereas the us stand in terms of regime change they're very open it's no secret that they want assad to go and then they're pushing on russia and criticizing of russia that it's them and china who are blocking any kind of progress on a solution the united states to my mind a complete and make it make stuff actually and the reason to a large part of why all this mess has. triumphed over in syria the united states try to prove that with the help of qatar where there is no constitution and
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the opposition is being crushed or of saudi arabia where there is no constitution even a remote notion of what the democracy is they will establish freedom and democracy in syria and i wonder who can believe this i wonder with the american diplomats do they put one and one together and the u.s. position is completely flawed. i think. the u.s. are themselves are at a loss in this situation they don't know what will happen they don't know what are the forces who will come to power when hillary clinton was asked on congress hearings who are the people the united states' support politically in syria she said they don't know and also she was asked why actually mr is that we hear you one of the leaders of all kind that says that assad is their main enemy in a paradoxical twist of history mrs clinton. find themselves on one side of the barricades against president asad how america reached this unbelievable position
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i do not know i think it's very contradictory very weak i think the u.s. have no policy towards syria and the only policy of the is to blame russia they are very likely to have russia because at least they have somebody to blame if russia was not around the void of american foreign policy on syria would have been completely clear to everybody let's talk for a moment about the force. that will come to power in the u.s. they're having elections very shortly. what does that mean for russia does it matter who is going to be in office for the next four years in terms of foreign policy do you expect any changes either way the russian president. said. already a couple of times that we will work with the president who's chosen by the american people so i don't think that moscow would like to take sides unlike the way america friends always like to take sides and who show that they would like to have
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this person as a president or the president and the one who is popular in the country would like him to become president of russia we have a different approach but mr romney complicated everything basically he set the tone of this election to the extent the russian is concerned and he made us make us choices made i was sure it's almost immediately when he said that he considers russia to be american jew political for number one after this the answer from moscow is evident who is the president would like to win. mr romney said it all so we definitely would not like to have a president. who has some kind of. negative thing about russia here mr romney is elected it will be farcical see a trickle called war mostly rhetorical but still it will poison the relationship to
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a large extent i think there is said to mr obama all though it was very much criticized on both sides in the united states and in russia i think it has to do something and the most important result of the reset is that the narrative has changed because basically the relationship between moscow and washington between the kremlin and the white house. has turned into ashes in the last months of george bush second presence the reset. brought in new. here in the russian american dialogue relationship between obama and mr medvedev and even between obama and mr putin decent relationship they are they have of course there are complications and the differences have not gone away a number of issues but still it's in an atmosphere in which we can consider ourselves as partners partners with disagreements but still call us with mr romney
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we will be forced to consider ourselves as their numbers and so it's definitely preferable to have a partner with a lot of disagreements than an enemy which would be a clear cut enemy and so i think that the russian choice in those american actions is absolutely clear that the press corps thank you very much for your time. if you're passing through rushes to veer region you really can walk on the wild side. thousands of kilometers of unspoiled countryside make up an area where it's still possible to live off the land and enterprising locals so the fruits of the forest by the side of nearly every road such spectacular scenery makes it a paradise for fisherman and provides
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at. the top stories an aussie superstorm sandy claims at least thirteen lives of the slums into east coast america forcing barack obama need to hunker down just days ahead of the presidential election an explosion at a power plant in new york has plunged parts of this is the into the darkness more than seven million people are said to be without electricity in several states. no bailout needed spade in a face prime minister then says that countries don't need help meanwhile the latest economic forecast says the two states will not be able to escape financial clout. that foreign powers for not negotiating with all the sides in the syrian conflict there's something more violent supporters if you want brokered truce with fighting in aleppo and
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a double bomb blasts in the capital. and plenty of girls coming out for ice hockey fans and the sport has got the latest from the k h o and plenty more coming your way now. what are you watching the sport and this is what is coming up on the double russia star danny set up twelve schools twice exact balls condemn atlanta that eight straight defeats and make a. pass gone little messi is awarded his second golden boot in three years after scoring fifty league goals in barcelona last season. and before they go off to shoot rockets new signing james harden looks to make an instant impact is to prepare for the start of the new season. start with the latest ice hockey action from the k h o eight then he's out of school twice and got an assist and that buzz three one home victory over atlanta who now have suffered a defeat in
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a row after school his first peers out of twelve came to the fore just two minutes after the break and scored in front of the home fans and then stayed in denny's got lubov to make it to know former n.h.l. player nicholai you did make one back to atlanta but that was not enough as in the third for i restored his side's to go question asked around who were runners up just two seasons ago have now only one once in twelve games. are third in the eastern conference one point behind track to a mets in my q two calls. one of the games were played on monday the normal moscow's recent signing nicklas backstrom scored in his first as scored his first day of a cage and the three one win over the nominee justin hodgson scored twice and got two assists is not the money to course these two eight seven c when i was the nominee continues to score this time he was on target to scar in their four one win over spartak elsewhere three goals in four periods minutes proved to be enough to
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sell about your eyes as they told p.t.i. three to rule three wins that the method has noticed as yet van locke the mighty and service styles valise uncompensated strike go. suffered a huge tag defeat at home for the jazz chekov as visitors recovered from three down . football argentine star little messi has landed yet another accolade as the barcelona striker received a golden boot after finishing last season as the league top scorer in europe it is the twenty five year old second such award in three years of the striker set a new legal record of fifty goals for the real madrid rival cristiano ronaldo to protect the priceless you have been named only twenty three man least in contention to feed his ballon d'or award for the best player of the year a title messi has been holding for three years but the humble maestro believes he couldn't have won his latest order alone. because you get a. team award every time you do julie i see those who think because it's logical
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and police are only good. if you want to score goals and without my teammates i would have scored in the early to nine months out indeed any sports call midfielder danny says he is fit and ready to play in tonight's russia cup clash mordovia danny has been out with his serious injury since that is finally fit again and could fit in this evening with a place in the quarter finals at stake elsewhere that the premier league darby between combating clausen's dark spot and travel to rostov and you've seen welcome to scar. former russia captain on their shop and will make only his second start of the season tonight for the gunners they take on fellow premier league side reading in the last sixteen of the league cup and has faced criticism over his commitment and work rate recently but arsenal boss ass in bangor has defended the film as any . because mark has been questioned. for him and i don't.
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if it was because i would speak about it but overdoing it comes in. practice were focused one. because. it. was questioned and it was completely unjustified meanwhile the english football association has begun an investigation into complaints by chelsea about referee mark clattenburg it's alleged he used inappropriate language towards two of their place during sunday's controversial preety defeat to manchester united players reportedly thought his comments were racist to say sides meet again at stamford bridge in the league cup on wednesday. now russia's top tennis star mikel usually will have to wait until next year for his four hundred career victory that after losing to spain's marseille going rollers in the first round of the paris masters it was a contest. that was over in just eighty eight minutes or no one is coming through
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to win six four six three after breaking usually five times usually has a career record of three hundred ninety nine wins and two hundred eighty eight the fates. a new n.b.a. season starts in just two days time in the houston rockets new signing james harden will make an immediate impact the point guard the latest man to join the rockets he will be. sent to seek. for mask is runners up. twenty three year old signing a fifty five million dollars deal over four years and he's expected to make his debut against detroit wednesday who still believe they have a man who make a big difference on the court will harden himself believes they'll have more responsibility. i don't think that you're a dome i think he's a great great player i think playing at an all star level and is going to be a perennial all star. so those players are rarely traded so i thought frank was going to work out there very happy for the houston rockets. you know that he's here
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in college i was a leader when i was leader with the thunder but you know how to different rule how to change my room now i'm going back to my starter ways and you know not being a leader on the corner you know for first option which ought to be ready for you know we're going to go together you know it's going to building process but we're going to grow really good better so the matters and we will stay in the states because the giants have returned home to san francisco after winning baseball's world series for a second time in three years manager bruce bochy clutching the trophy here as he steps off the plane the giants completed a four game sweep of detroit tigers to claim the world series and hundreds of thousands of fans are expected to tonight for tomorrow's team parade on how the way . has avenged his recent go final defeat to tiger woods after the world number one the second ranked american by a single shot in the next big. jewel in china the world's top team plays tones over
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eighteen holes with mcelroy probably in a better form after coming up too short of the shanghai masters title on sunday and an ordinary lead by three shots to birdies on the opening three homeless the twenty three year old never trialled day after being greeted by a model on the twelfth chip team for an important birdie. but she was impressed but a couple of days later on in the day the fourteen time major winner as woods needed to hold the big in the pond on the final hole but just missed the mcelroy tapped him for secure a five hundred sixty seven point that are quite enjoyed. tiger made a few birdies on the back nine and i just tried to keep my nose trying to you know as he was it was a great exhibition i think everyone here enjoyed it and you know their want to came out and hopefully they had a bunch of fun watching us you know play you know some pretty good after. and
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finally winter is only just beginning haven russia an unusual snowboarding competition was held this weekend in an all season alpine skiing venue in the moscow region constantine to top off the story. russia is a country covered with snow for almost half the year but you can also find many snowboard infuses here during the all the hot and these indoor alpine skiing venue was recently the place for it contests where competitors tickle there is obstacle. course on a snowboard addicts the broad spectrum of around here when say is not a nightmare but a dream come true and here their dream becomes reality as this is their dells can't hold their tricks on the verge of a shoulder slope three hundred sixty five days a year. however for a new man such as a jeep competition
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a relatively small amount of snow is required as snowboarders gain speed on a slope and like an old skateboarding influenced sports jump and slide all with different barriers and before uncomplicated tricks. the beauty of the start but it sound now and almost every amateur dreams of becoming a pro the prize of snowboarding equipment for the whole year is up for grabs here and after that cheer if a snowboarder is good enough he will sign a professional contract their own the hundred amateur boarders gathered to battle for that top prize and showed off their best breathtaking and jaw dropping tricks on the rail to impress the judges. that i didn't expect to win but i'm happy i did hopefully during this year i'll produce my best and sign a pro contract it's hard to earn money in snowboarding in this country but if you perform on a solid level you can get a contract elsewhere there are still only a few professional still borders in russia. but such events could perhaps help
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